Dean's Office Contacts A to Z
Edmund Acevedo, Ph.D.
As associate dean for graduate studies and strategic initiatives, Dr. Acevedo is responsible for ensuring that graduate students have access to all the resources necessary for academic success. In addition, he coordinates the timely development (including revisions) of a strategic plan, monitors the metrics associated with the goal in the CHS strategic plan and supports the implementation of the dean’s strategic initiatives.
As director of sponsored programs, Regina Coles provides oversight on matters involving internally and externally sponsored research and scholarship activities.
As grant research coordinator (pre-award), Trae Harris provides support for grant proposal development and assists with the submission of external applications for sponsored research.
Joshua Langberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Langberg is responsible for fostering the development and growth of research and scholarship in the College.
Jennifer Malat, Ph.D.
As dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences, Dean Malat is charged with the continued implementation of the CHS strategic plan to bring distinction to the College through outstanding achievements and successes of its faculty and students.
James Mays, Ph.D.
As associate dean for undergraduate academic affairs, Dr. Mays has a particular interest in, and places high priority on student success and curricular development/reform within the College.
Katherine Nash, Ph.D.
As post-award research administrator team leader, Erin Nocon provides post-award support to departments and assists faculty with managing their sponsored research funding.
Margaret Ozierski, Ph.D.
Donald Young, Ph.D.
As senior associate dean of finance and administration, Dr. Young acts as chief operating officer of the College of Humanities and Sciences.